Point-and-click adventure games The Wardrobe and Detective Gallo coming to PS4, Switch

MixedBag and Adventure Productions team up.

The Wardrobe and Detective Gallo

Futuridium developer MixedBag and Adventure Productions are teaming up to bring point-and-click adventure games The Wardrobe and Detective Gallo to PlayStation 4 and Switch, the companies announced.

Here is an overview of each game, via the press release:

The Wardrobe (Website, Steam Page)

The Wardrobe, developed by C.I.N.I.C. Games and released on Steam in February 2017, tells the deeds of the cynical Skinny, a skeleton committed to saving the soul of his best friend in a world populated by surreal characters and tons of pop culture references from the ’90s and 2000s.

Detective Gallo (Website, Steam Page)

Detective Gallo, developed by Footprints and scheduled for release this Spring, narrates the investigations of the feathered private investigator Gallo and his silent assistant cactus, dealing with a bloody case of multiple plant homicide.

Release dates for the PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of The Wardrobe and Detective Gallo will be announced at a later date. Both games will fully support the touchpad on the DualShock 4 and the touch screen on Switch as an additional control system.

MixedBag added on Twitter that it is also trying to bring Detective Gallo to PS Vita, but is “not 100 percent sure now if we can do it, but fingers crossed.”

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